Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Hey, You Can’t Take My Shady Shit

The woman who stood in front of four flag-draped caskets and lied her ass off is feeling the heat from a digital dragnet that has expanded to include a probe by the FBI into a second tech company, Connecticut-based Datto, Inc., which was hired to help back up data from her server.

Datto’s work on the Clinton e-mail system became public Tuesday when the Republican chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee sent the company a lengthy letter seeking information about the role it and other firms played in managing the Clinton e-mail system.

The letter to Datto from Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) cited e-mails and other documents that have been turned over to the committee by Platte River in recent weeks that show a more complicated array of companies involved in managing the Clinton e-mail system than had previously been publicly known.

The letter, in requesting additional information, describes a Clinton family entity called Clinton Executive Service, which contracted with Platte River after Hillary Clinton left the State Department.

The letter cites some colorful internal e-mails from Platte River that were sent in August as the company’s role in the controversy gained widespread attention.

In one exchange, a Platte River employee working on the Clinton account discusses with a colleague whether there was a written record of a “directive to cut the backup.”

The context is not clear, but it suggests there was growing anxiety over how the system was managed and who would be held responsible.  At about the time of that exchange, Platte River had been in discussions with Datto about the length of time Clinton e-mail data was preserved and whether copies were saved, according to a person familiar with the discussions.

“If we had that email we are golden,” the employee wrote.  “Starting to think this whole thing really is covering up some shady shit.”

According to Politico, a Platte River spokesman said they weren’t supposed to be doing the cloud backup and the client, Clinton, had never asked for such a backup.

“Datto was never supposed to have a cloud…We specifically instructed Datto to only keep 30 days of information onsite and what they did, against our explicate instructions was to build a cloud and put this information on a cloud,” said company spokesman Andy Boian. “So I don’t know what was on the cloud because they violated the exact instruction we gave them.

The Clinton campaign blasted Johnson for trying to sensationalize the matter for political points.  But Politifact calls the Clinton claim the Benghazi probe is Congress’ longest FALSE.

The FBI seized four computer servers located at the State Department’s Headquarters as part of its probe into how classified information was compromised on the Ice Cube in Heel’s private email system, according to people familiar with the investigation.

The clanging noise you probably heard was Clinton’s asshole slamming shut.

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